Selling under a year ago, this mini Los Feliz compound returns to the market with some stylish updates.
After a major renovation this mid-century Traditional-style home, sited on an elevated lot in the Franklin Hills neighborhood of Los Feliz, looks like an architectural gem.
Authors of Landmarks of Los Angeles describe the Samuel-Novarro Residence designed by Lloyd Wright as “may be the most beautifully sited home in Los Angeles.” And they’re right.
Borrowing elements found in Andalusian architecture, architect Harry Hayden Whiteley designed this gorgeous estate in Los Feliz.
With landmark views and original architectural details mixed with modern-day creature comforts this handsome midcentury in the Los Feliz Oaks is everything.
Perched in the hills north of Los Feliz Blvd this midcentury offers intact original details and views for days of LA’s twinkling city lights.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Mayan-inspired Ennis House in Los Feliz secretly seeks a new owner.
Designed by noted architect, artist & illustrator, Frederick Monhoff, this dreamy 1920s residence in Los Feliz offers a private respite from the city just blocks from everything the Village has to offer.
Stepping inside the Moore House by Craig Ellwood is like walking through the gates of midcentury modern residential heaven.
Their story is the kind of stuff romantic movies are made of; a professionally trained German production designer driven by precision falls in love with a care-free bohemian from California driven by art. Their story is also the kind that gives birth to a successful design-build firm. And, what turned their home – once tragically